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WANTED: Wanted: Winecup, Skullcap & Others

Posted by gonativegal Zone5a (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 19, 07 at 12:48


I'm looking for the following plants:

Clustered Winecup - Callirhoe triangulata, or the other species involucrata (Purple Poppy Mallow)

Skullcap - Scuttellaria incana. There are other species out there but I am looking for this one in particular.

Celadine Poppy is on my wish list as well.

I have for trade:

Wake Robin's Trillium - Trillium erectum
Solomon's Seal - Polygonatum biflorum
Canadian Anenome - Anenome canadensis
Woodland Brome Grass - Bromus pubescens
Canadian Wild Rye Grass -
North Sea Oats - Chasmanthium latifolium
Zig Zag Goldenrod - Solidago flexicaulis
Stiff Goldenrod - Solidago rigida
Grass-leaved Goldenrod - S. graminifolia
Common Mountain Mint - Pycnanthemum virginianum
Nodding Onion - Allium cernuum
Ohio Spiderwort - Tradescantia ohioensis
Orange Coneflower - Rudbeckia speciosa (the species not the cultivar Goldstrum)
Brown-Eye Susan - Rudbeckia triloba
Wild Golden Glow - Rudbeckia lancianata
False Sunflower - Heliopsis Helianthoides
Wild Geranium - Geranium macultum
Wild Senna - Cassia hebecarpa

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: WANTED: Wanted: Winecup, Skullcap & Others


I forgot to add - I am looking for any of the native sedges such as:

Carex bicknelli, stricta, greyii, pennsylvanica, rosea, vulponoides and any others you can think of, I know there's more.

RE: WANTED: Wanted: Winecup, Skullcap & Others

I have a few seeds of callirhoe involucrata harvested last fall that you can have for postage and a return address envelope if you'd like. Send me an email if so.


RE: WANTED: Wanted: Winecup, Skullcap & Others

I have Celandine Poppy that I can trade for something of yours. My plants are just a few inches out of the ground and should be able to travel well. I might have Scutellaria incana (I need to verify that is what I have already) later in the season.

RE: WANTED: Wanted: Winecup, Skullcap & Others

I have some Callirihoe plants if you are still looking. lmk

RE: WANTED: Wanted: Winecup, Skullcap & Others

i have a very interesting skullcap, s. parvula, which runs on a rhizome that looks like a string of cheap white beads. it is rather invasive, and should probably be kept in pots over concrete. i put it into really good dirt years ago, and have it everywhere. beautiful pink flowers in spring, smooth mint-looking plant, about 12 inches tall. if you are interested, i have plenty.

RE: WANTED: Wanted: Winecup, Skullcap & Others

  • Posted by moko z6AR (My Page) on
    Sat, Apr 28, 07 at 20:38

If your still interested in Carex pennsylvanica, my woods is full of it, they love shade, the clumps are about 9 in. tall and the same wide..

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